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New Video: Jesse playing Hang Drum and Didgeridoo

December 2, 2009

Check out Jesse playing hang drum and didgeridoo at the didge concert at Didgeridoo Breath last Thursday…

Like the Hang Drum???

Check out the Happy Drums!!! Easy to play, beautiful sound, buy yours online here >>


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Take the Didgeridoo Breath online tour

May 12, 2009


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John Butler Plays Happy Drum at Didgeridoo Breath

April 28, 2009

A friendly face returned to visit us today, a regular Fremantle visitor and friend of Didgeridoo Breath for a long time. John Butler dropped through to say hi and check out the latest offerings of Didgeridoo Breath.
It didn’t take long for John and Niki to discover the newest and most amazing instrument in town, the Happy Drum.
I was upstairs in the store and I heard two “Happy Drums” being played like I had never heard them before! Cool, fast, in tune, in time, with pulsing rhythmic percussive dynamics. I almost floated out of my chair down the stairs to check out who was responsible for these sweet, happening melodies.
It was a huge pleasure and surprise to see John laughing and grooving as he pumped out some awesome “Happy Drum” improv. Within seconds Niki (drummer) and Byron (bass) joined in and that was it, game on for the next half an hour. It was happy drum heaven!
Now, I know that a man as talented as our John could make baked bean cans sound impressive, but you have no idea how easily he jumped on and played these Happy Drums.
We asked John if he was happy for us to take a short video while he was playing, and he was, so here it is…

The recording sound quality is not great, but you can see the smiles and judge for yourself if these “Happy Drums” are fun to play!
We are always thankful when John drops in, today was a quiet day in Fremantle but it was a bright day for all of us as Sanshi joined in the jam with Didgeridoo and Jesse with the egg shakers…. Yep today we had a ball. Can you feel it, I am still smiling.
Thanks John, our doors are always open, we thank you for sharing your time and music with us, today is a day to remember. Thank you Niki and Byron for your smiles, conversation and laughs> Today your company was another blessing to all of the Didgeridoo Breath Family.
John Butler is an independent artist of Global recognition, but he is also a warm and humble man to be around. If you ever get the chance to see John Butler perform live, we recommend it HIGHLY. Take the opportunity to see this incredibly talented and grounded musical inspiration play.
John has taken two “Happy Drums” with him, whether they go on tour or are for his home, friends or family, doesn’t really matter, what does matter is that we all get behind this amazing young man in his efforts to share music and message to the globe.
Again thank you John, today has been a great day for all of us, bless you.

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Project WA-GO summary!

January 27, 2009

Howdy friends! Hope you’re all in fine and healthy form!

On Saturday 21st of January, Didgeridoo Breath hosted the Japanese didgeridoo sensations Project WA-GO, in a concert that kick started 2009 at Didge Breath in fine form! These guys were off the charts with their fresh and super funky didgeridoo jam music.

Delivering fresh, fast percussion with fat bass lines, accompanied with some super cool didgeridoo playing, these guys rocked out with super human energy and had everybody on their feet dancing their hearts out! Fully incorporating fast and powerful didge into their tracks, these guys had incredible precense and awesome character in each and every track they spat out. WA-GO had people bouncing, hopping, yelling, calling and just in general working up a mean sweat!

Incase you guys missed Project WA-GO in concert, or you’re not familiar with their music check out our Didgeridoo Breath Myspace page for an audio upload from their new album Seven Spirits! And keep your eyes and ears alert for an upload to our Youtube page of a part of the concert!
It was truly an awesome night, and we look forward to hearing from the guys at Project WA-GO again in the future!

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